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Don't Be That Way

Dave Bennett

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1
Slipped Disc
Dave Bennett
3:06
2
Begin the Beguine
Dave Bennett
4:10
3
Don't Be That Way
Dave Bennett
5:29
4
Running Wild
Dave Bennett
3:46
5
St. James Infirmary
Dave Bennett
9:16
6
Yesterday
Dave Bennett
6:12
7
Sing, Sing, Sing
Dave Bennett
11:17
8
Woodchopper's Ball
Dave Bennett
5:33
9
My Inspiration
Dave Bennett
4:51
10
Goodbye
Dave Bennett
6:29
11
A Funeral in New Orleans
Dave Bennett
2:16
12
When the Saints Go Marching In
Dave Bennett
4:09
Total Playing Time    66:34
"... Bennett gives true meaning to the term virtuoso and is bringing the clarinet out of the jazz witness protection program ... an important addition for improvisational clarinet ... easily best new artist of the year."
- CriticalJazz.com

"Bennett is the undisputed star of his own show, but his band mates deserve a bit of praise for their work; they're attuned to his attitudes and they do an excellent job helping him shape these performances. Together, this crew makes wonderful music that recalls the past but lives in the present."
- All About Jazz

On Don't Be That Way, jazz clarinetist Dave Bennett stays within the mainstream repertoire and even covers several of the most famous hit records of the 1930s by Benny Goodman, Woody Herman and Artie Shaw. But he reworks these songs with up-to-date twists and surprising new arrangements, blazing his own path while still acknowledging his predecessors and spotlighting the jazz clarinet for a new generation. Bennett names Alice Cooper, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Chris Isaak among his influences; at the same time he is equally conversant with the music of Goodman and Roy Orbison. In fact, it might be difficult to find even one other clarinet virtuoso who occasionally breaks from his swing era repertoire to sing rockabilly hits while accompanying himself at the piano, where he plays a mean barrelhouse boogie-woogie.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Mack Avenue Records II Studio Masters

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